An injunction may be granted to restrain the commission of a prospective nuisance1. To obtain such an injunction it is necessary to show that the apprehended mischief will probably arise2. The degree of probability required for the grant of an injunction is not an absolute standard; what has to be aimed at is justice between the parties, having regard to all the relevant circumstances
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